Australian geography by letter: I

Insular, immense, intangible
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Last updated: July 13, 2021
First submittedJuly 13, 2021
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Town in Queensland's Cassowary Coast known for its very high rainfall, as well as producing sugar and bananas
Innisfail
Melbourne suburb named after a novel whose characters inspired local street names
Ivanhoe
Brisbane suburb with a mix of graceful heritage homes and modern commercial infrastructure
Indooroopilly
North Queensland town known for sugar milling and a large community of Italian heritage
Ingham
Victorian coastal town thought to be named after Loch Inver in Scotland
Inverloch
Inland port city southwest of Brisbane, which serviced the limestone and coal mining industries
Ipswich
Region south of Sydney known for coal mining and steel production
Illawarra
Bin chicken
Ibis
The first metal to be discovered in Australia, and a major export industry
Iron
Common name for eucalypts that do not shed their bark annually; a suburb of Bendigo;
and an allegorical bush town for Banjo Paterson
Ironbark
Small town on the Eyre Peninsula that was established to serve the mining industry
Iron Knob
Part of the Brisbane suburb of St Lucia
Ironside
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Level 74
Jul 13, 2021
1/12. This is pretty tough if you're not an Aussie.
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Level 63
Jul 13, 2021
Sorry. I'm doing the whole alphabet, and some letters require more obscure answers than others. On the other hand, I hope Australian Jetpunkers and people who have travelled here enjoy the challenge.